Kilo Klub Member
- Apr 21, 2009
Final note - when I see people who are really overweight, what do we think their #1 issue is? Overeating, no doubt. People with overeating problems introducing a drug that makes you literally crave carbs like you're starving to death for MOST is a bad idea. DNP will work much better once you've gotten your diet in check and are no longer overeating. Even people who are in shape will come straight off a bulk eating 3500-4000 calories a day and go straight to DNP and try to reduce their caloric intake by 50% AND have DNP on top of that. Recipe for disaster in the form of binging. There's not a single guy on this board who's run DNP and never had a binge eating session if you've run it long enough, I would bet money on that.I'll say this - DNP is probably more hellish on someone who's already pretty overweight (ie, you're already a sweaty fucker and now you're a miserable, sweaty fucker). When you are really overweight, even minor adjustments to diet and training will yield results quickly, because you are doing a lot more than what you were doing previously (ie, sitting on the couch eating potato chips). Also - when you start at 15% or so, you notice results FAST. There's a big difference in the mirror from 15-10% and you can do it in a couple of weeks. For most, the closer you get to that 10% mark, the harder it is to lose additional weight, ie, throw in DNP to get you to goal. Not to mention, the shorter the run, the less water retention issues. I always notice water somewhere between 10-14 days. When I run a 7-10 day cycle, complimented with a small dose of Aromasin and an oral like Anadrol, I not only stay relatively full and don't go completely flat, but I don't look like a watery sloppy mess. This always hurts my progress, seeing the weight drop but looking in the mirror and saying WOW i look like total shit.